Fresh Lemon
Fresh Lemon

Fresh Lemon

290.00 - 350.00 INR/Box

Product Details:

  • Type Fresh Lemon
  • Cultivation Type Organic
  • Part Non-Peeled
  • Color Yellow
  • Taste Sour
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Fresh Lemon Price And Quantity

  • 50 Box
  • 290.00 - 350.00 INR/Box

Fresh Lemon Product Specifications

  • Yellow
  • Organic
  • Non-Peeled
  • Sour
  • Fresh Lemon

Fresh Lemon Trade Information

  • Paypal Letter of Credit at Sight (Sight L/C) Letter of Credit (L/C) Western Union Telegraphic Transfer (T/T) Cash in Advance (CID) Cash Advance (CA)
  • 10 Box Per Week
  • 3 Days
  • All India

Product Description

Our firm has gained a dynamic position in dealing a broad variety of Fresh Lemon. It is a type of citrus fruit which is used to make juices and beauty products. It is a versatile fruit which is used to cure skincare deficiency, sickness, weight loss and stretchmarks. Fresh Lemon can apply on skin, pour in water and to make many home remedies. It aids to maintain a fair complexation, prevent asthma, blood pressure and prevent kidney stone.

Packaging Details:


1 Container-3250 Boxes (Have two Packaging Box Size- 6.5/kg and 7/kg)

Frequently Asked Questions:


Q. What are fresh lemons?


Ans: Fresh lemons are a citrus fruit known for their bright yellow color, tart flavor, and numerous culinary and household uses. They are typically oval or round in shape and have a thin, yellow skin.

Q. How do I choose a ripe lemon?


Ans: Look for lemons that are firm to the touch and have a vibrant yellow color. Avoid lemons with soft spots, wrinkles, or a greenish hue. Heavier lemons generally have more juice.

Q. How should I store fresh lemons?


Ans: Fresh lemons can be stored at room temperature for a short time, but they last longer when kept in the refrigerator. Store them in a plastic bag to prevent them from drying out.

Q. How long do fresh lemons stay fresh?


Ans: When properly stored in the refrigerator, fresh lemons can last for up to 3-4 weeks. Over time, they may lose moisture and become drier but are still usable.

Q. Can I freeze fresh lemons?


Ans: Yes, you can freeze fresh lemons. You can freeze them whole or as lemon juice. Frozen lemons are excellent for later use in recipes and can be stored for several months.

Q. What are the health benefits of fresh lemons?


Ans: Lemons are a good source of vitamin C and contain antioxidants that support the immune system. They can also aid in digestion and may help with weight management.

Q. How can I use fresh lemons in cooking?


Ans: Fresh lemons are versatile and can be used in both sweet and savory dishes. They add a zesty flavor to salads, marinades, seafood, and desserts. Lemon zest, juice, and slices are common in recipes.

Q. What are some popular lemon recipes?


Ans: Lemon recipes include lemonade, lemon meringue pie, lemon bars, lemon chicken, and lemon vinaigrette for salads. Lemons are also used to enhance the flavor of various dishes.

Q. How do I juice a fresh lemon?


Ans: To juice a lemon, roll it on the counter to loosen the juice, then cut it in half. Squeeze the juice using a juicer, reamer, or your hand. Strain out any seeds before using the juice.

Q. Can I use lemon juice as a natural cleaner?


Ans: Yes, lemon juice can be used as a natural cleaner due to its acidity. It's effective at removing stains, disinfecting surfaces, and deodorizing. Mix it with water or other natural cleaning agents.

Q. Are there any cautions when using fresh lemons?


Ans: Lemon juice can be harsh on tooth enamel, so it's a good idea to rinse your mouth with water after consuming it. Also, some people may be sensitive to citric acid, which can cause heartburn or mouth irritation.

Q. Can I use lemon zest in recipes?


Ans: Yes, lemon zest, the outer yellow part of the lemon's skin, is often used to add a burst of citrus flavor to dishes. Be sure to wash and dry the lemon before zesting, and avoid the bitter white pith beneath the zest.
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